Top PageHotel List

title;?>

shijyogawara
Super Hotel Kyoto/Shijo Kawaramachi
Super Hotel Kyoto/Shijo Kawaramachi

Kyoto, the city that blends all the colors of the four seasons with an air of Japanese tradition and culture. Your trip to the old capital starts here.

Address538-1, shin kyougoku dori sijyo Agaru Nakano-cho, nakagyo-ku, Kyoto shi, Kyoto
Phone075-255-9000
FAX075-255-9001
Check-in3 P.M.Check-out 10:00
SubwayIt takes only 3 minutes to walk to our hotel from the Hankyu Line's Kawaramachi Station. It's a 10 minutes' walk from the Karasuma Subway Shijou Station.
1 person Single room 7,180yen~
Women's Room 7,180yen~
Monthly 5,330yen~
2 person Double Room 9,240yen~
Super Room 10,270yen~
※100% cancellation fee takes effect after 3:00 p.m. of that day.
Room for ladies Combined bathroom Rest room(with warm water cleaning toilet seat)
Natural hot spring Fresh-Baked Healthy Bread breakfast High-speed Internet room facility
VOD room theater (1000 yen for each night) Non-smoking room Coin laundry
Public phone FAX
Bath gel Bath towels / Face towels Shaving Razor (for purchase)
Paper towel Hair Dryer Healthy ionic slipper
Tea, cup and toothbrush Air conditioner Electric pot with humidifier
High-speed broad band internet (wired) TV (above-ground wave, BS, VOD) Alarm clock
Air cleaner Iron (for rent) Refrigerator
Ash tray (for rooms allowing smoking) Lamp (for rent) Two-in-one shampoo
Fresh-Baked Healthy Bread breakfast

Fresh-Baked Healthy Bread breakfast

In addition to the fresh, crunchy, croissants', there is also salads, milk, yogurt and many other forms of breakfast foods available for you.
※service time 
7:00~9:00

Kyoto Shijo Avenue

Kyoto Shijo Avenue

From the Yasaka Shrine to Shijo Karasuma, with the intersection of Shijo and Kawaramachi at center, stands the largest business district in Kyoto. It was called “Big Road Shijo” in the Heian period and was formerly the most prosperous street in Japan. Besides Minamiza,there is also Hankyo, Daimaru, and Takashimaya department stores located there as well. Along the streets there are numerous vendors selling local specialties, te ahouses, movie theaters and traditional Kyoto houses. Super Hotel Kyoto/Shijo Kawaramachi is close to the area of Shijo.

Facility information
・ Location:
・ Phone number:
Kyoto Gion Festival

Kyoto Gion Festival

The Kyoto Gion Matsuri is one of the three most famous festivals of Japan. Its history is long: the festival originated in the 11th year of Jougan, about 1100 years ago, for the purpose of eliminating plagues. The ritual starts from the 1st of July and lasts for one month. The Yamaboko Junkō attracts the most attention. It starts with Kippuiri and then 32 floats parade along the main streets of the city. The grandly decorated floats parade along for several days; the 29th float is designated as an important cultural relic. It is said that the summer of Kyoto truly starts with the Gion Matsuri and ends with the Gozan okuribi. The Gion Festival shows the true spirit of the residents of Kyoto, which makes summer the liveliest season of the city.

Facility information
・ Location:
・ Phone number:
Arashiyama

Arashiyama

Arashiyama is one of the top places to go sightseeing in Kyoto. During the Heian period, kings, princes and aristocrats built villas here one after another for themselves, which is famously noted in the Tale of Genji and the Heike Monogatari. The cherry blossoms bloom in spring, the cormorants in summer, the leaves turn in late autumn and sake is drunk amongst the snowy trees of winter. The Moon Crossing Bridge, which is considered a landmark, is 154-meters long. The endless yells of rickshaw pullers can also frequently be heard at the bridgehead. Walking around town while taking in all the sites is the most enjoyable activity in Kyoto for sure. In Kyoto, the craft shops, teahouses and other stores fill the surroundings with a feeling of warmth and welcome. Enjoy yourself in this lively atmosphere. You especially should try the famous cherry leaf rice cakes in Kotokiki Chaya and visit Sugano's Morika Tofu, wherein you can try hot yudofu. If time allows you, you can try Hozugawa-kudari. It is a 7.3 km trip on a trolley from Saga to Kameoka stations. You can also take a pleasure-boat for your return trip. The humorous boatman controls the boat skillfully while it rides the swift current downstream dodging river rocks at times. It is definitely an exciting trip.

Facility information
・ Location:
・ Phone number:
Kinkakuji

Kinkakuji

Kinkakuji's formal name is Rokuonji. It was originally the home of Ashikaga Yoshimitsu, but was later changed into a Zen temple after his death. Now it is one of the foremost siteseeing spots in Kyoto and is definitely worth visiting the most. There are three stories to the luxurious Rokuonji, the second and third of whose outer walls are covered with gold foil. There is a flying golden phoenix sitting on the roof as well. The magnificent figure reflects on the surface of the Mirror Pond, which tourists just don't seem to stop appreciating. Although considered less impressive than Kinkakuji, the Rikushu pines planted by Ashikaga Yoshimitsu and the Chinese influenced Zenshu-butsuden-zukuri “Ryomon Taki” are both worth visiting. No matter how large or small something is, everything here has an essence of the world heritage recognized Muromachi culture.

Facility information
・ Location:
・ Phone number:
Kamogawa

Kamogawa

Kamogawa flows through the city and prefecture of Kyoto and is one of the branches of the Yodo River. From the Middle Ages on, the beach has become a place for fun-seeking, which brings a lot of artists to its banks. From May to September each year, people put up special boards to sit on and eat their meals, beating the heat. The Seta River is a small canal used to transport materials and uses the water from the Kamogawa. During the middle of the Edo period, many Japanese-style restaurants and brothels, which catered towards tourists and businessmen, were established along the river. Their original appearance has been preserved well until present day.

Facility information
・ Location:
・ Phone number: